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Profiles of the Camino Frances

sillydoll

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sillydoll said:
You can download and print - 2 pages - of elevation profiles of the camino Frances at this website:

http://www.aucoeurduchemin.org/spip/IMG ... s_voir.pdf

New pilgrims will see that the highest point is just after Manjarin where you climb to 1517m.
They've added a new pdf sub-directory [that is lost in the middle of these truncated URLs] that causes the link above to fail - here are the new URLs:

View [smaller]:
http://www.aucoeurduchemin.org/spip/IMG ... s_voir.pdf

Print [larger]:
http://www.aucoeurduchemin.org/spip/IMG ... imprim.pdf
 

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